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6 Beers You Need to Drink This Winter

6 Beers You Need to Drink This Winter

The winter is upon us, and with every snowfall comes a new winter season beer for you to enjoy. Here are some great winter inspired beers to warm yourself up with during the most wonderful time of the year here in the Capital Region.

Blue Moon is a brewer that is consistently featured because of its consistent taste throughout all the seasons. One beer that they brew that is exceptional for the cold months is their refreshing Blue Moon Winter Wheat, a top seller on the shelves during the winter season. Go grab one today as it comes in bottles and in a variety pack at your local supermarket.

Brooklyn Winter Lager is another great beer for the winter season. Brooklyn Winter Lager has hints of chocolate, roasted barley, and dark bread. With an ABV of 5.6 percent and the perfect amount of maltiness, this lager is a staple at every winter festivity.

Leinenkugel’s Snowdrift Vanilla Porter is one beer you don’t want to miss out on. With hints of caramel, coffee and chocolate, the porter delivers a long-lasting winter taste in every sip. It has a creamy body and will pair well with dessert during any occasion. Find this wrapped under the Christmas tree and you’ll be thanking Santa with every sip.

The white IPA New Belgium Accumulation is a gift not for the few, but the many. The IPA stands out from many other winter seasonals because of its robust color and crisp finish. It is truly reminiscent of a snowday and should be enjoyed on one as well.

During the holiday season do you enjoy the tastes of cinnamon and nutmeg? Well if you do, Harpoon Winter Warmer is sure to satisfy. The smooth, spiced beer is rich in taste and will be a complement to your holiday traditions, whether it’s at the dinner table, outside in the snow or cozied up by the fireplace.

21st Amendment Fireside Chat is an American Strong Ale that embodies Christmas spirit with its festive spices, aroma and flavors. It’s available both in cans and on draft, but hurry. It’s only available from October through December.

With the cold front coming, you’d better watch out. Nothing beats work being canceled and an ice cold beer while you watch the snow pile up by the fireplace. Go grab your beer now so you don’t need to shovel your way down to the local supermarket on a snowday as great as this. 

Rob Warner
Rob Warner

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